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LTA Confident In Fully Automated System

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) continues to consider the use of a fully automated system in vehicle inspection to counter the chances of corrupt practices. This was revealed by LTA
13 Oct 2016 11:00
LTA Confident In Fully Automated System
LTA

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) continues to consider the use of a fully automated system in vehicle inspection to counter the chances of corrupt practices.

This was revealed by LTA mechanical engineer John Macarthur while making submissions on their Annual Report before the Standing Committee on Social Affairs at Parliament yesterday.

Mr Macarthur said LTA had invested a substantial amount of money into the vehicle inspection system called the Fully Automated Motor Vehicle Inspection System.

“It involves eight stages of check which is done with sophisticated equipment and machinery brought from the US.

“With the introduction of this system, we have seen and noticed that it enables minimum contact between LTA examiners and customers,” he said.

Mr Macarthur also said the introduction of automated systems had also led to improvement in their services in terms of safety and a reduction of complaints.

 

Edited by Jonathan Bryce

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